I've been watching the GOES vis loop and for the life of me I just don't see the eastward drift... It looks stationary at best.... still pulling in a lot of energy from the BOC and the GOM....
JJ you might be right, it might not ever get back over water and I think that's certainly a possibility as every option with this system is... but I'm still leaning that it will get back over water by early Tuesday morning or perhaps very late tonight.. then it will depend on how fast it moves as to how strong it redevelops.... if past history is any indication, this is one of the slowest moving storms I've tracked in a while....
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